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... in or I think maybe he might have left without me...Not long into our bus ride we encountered a cassowary leisurely making his way across the road. An elderly gentleman across the aisle pointed him out to us excitedly telling us about the time one had stolen a sandwich from his wife. He spoke of how he told his wife just to give up the sandwich as those birds pack a mean kick. For the remainder of the trip he offered us little tidbits about the areas we were passing through (how ...
... around two different locations of the reef, then coming back at sunset. We saw many giant clams and giant sea cucumbers and lots of beautiful coral. Sadly, there were also many places where the coral was dead or broken.
This area of the coast is full of sugar cane plantations and it was really interesting to watch it being harvested and loaded onto the cane trains. Unlike our wheat crops and other crops, ALL stages of the ...
... me down for all of 30 seconds, but we were lucky to see one as none of the other groups did. When we arrived at the airfield, I'm unsure as to what I was more afraid of: the skydive, or the tin can sporting an oversized house fan I was meant to be flown up in. There were two seats for the pilot and then two blocks of wood on which most of us sat, bar the first jumper and his guide who ended up sat on the floor next to a plastic sliding door much like what you ...
Finally left Mereeba this morning intending to go to Paronella near Innesfail, but, as we are very flexible, that is not where we ended up. We called into the Mereeba visitors centre to look at their great museum – and it is free. Dawn was talking to an older guy, one of the volunteer staff, when he mentioned we should not stay in Innesfail but go to Etty Beach because it is lovely there, and he went there ...
... by Cyclone Yasi in 2011, and much of the impact is still evident when you stroll along the quiet beaches and see so many fallen coconut palms. There's a coast guard run cheap camp for only $16 a night with fresh water, hot showers, toilets and a children's playground. We had read on Wikicamps that the local tavern was pretty cool so we headed on down there on our first night and found the bistro was doing a roast night. The food was delicious and there was a ...